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Two new IBAM-CNR research projects in South America and Greece
The Joint Laboratory of Pre-Hispanic Archaeological Science and the Joint Italy-Greece Archaeological Laboratory will soon be established. The two projects are funded by the Institute for Archaeological...
Publication date 03/12/2018
Source CNR
Prehistoric Sahara unveils new forms of cultivation
A study, published in Nature Plants, found proof of prehistoric forms of cultivation and storage, until now unknown, of plants and wild grains in the Saharan Africa of about 10,000 years ago. The study...
Publication date 02/26/2018
Source Sapienza Università di Roma
Egypt, Canal of the Pharaohs re-discovered by CNR
In the north-east of Cairo, the impressive walls of Tell el-Maskhuta fortress have come back to light: built to protect the Canal of the Pharaohs, this is probably the largest fortress in the area...
Publication date 02/01/2018
Source CNR
Baghdad, Ca’ Foscari presents the faces of the Lady of Warka
At the Iraq Museum in Baghdad, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Italian Embassy in Baghdad have presented The Lady of Warka and the Archaeology of Meanings, a scientific and artistic project...
Publication date 01/10/2018
Source UNIVE
Psicology, San Raffaele discovers “video-indifference”
Familiar visual stimuli, such as a soccer match on television, make us perceptively “blind” to changes in video transmission speed. It was discovered by researchers at the Neuroscience Division...
Publication date 12/29/2017
Source Università San Raffaele
Pisa city of science, Sant’Anna joins the agreement
Pisa is considered as the driver of sustainable development based on knowledge economy and is capable of attracting additional investments to develop new “intelligence”.
Publication date 12/18/2017
Source Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
UNIBO studies the discovery of the Jewish cemetery in Bologna
Bologna Jewish cemetery has been rediscovered after all traces were lost following its destruction in 1569. With its 408 graves of women, men and children, it is the largest medieval Jewish cemetery found...
Publication date 12/06/2017
Source UNIBO
Sulcis, human traces dating back to 9000 b.C. recently found
Human beings were in Sardinia, in the Sulcis area, in the early 9000 years before Christ. This was confirmed by a research carried out by the team led by Carlo Lugliè, Professor of Prehistory and...
Publication date 11/17/2017
Source Università di Cagliari
UNIBO brings Byzantine Age online with Byzart
Thanks to the University of Bologna, Europeana, the European digital library, will soon include a new collection dedicated to the artistic and cultural heritage of the Byzantine and post-Byzantine world...
Publication date 11/02/2017
Source UNIBO
Development cooperation: ENEA’s Atlas presented
It is called Development Cooperation Atlas and it is the first online database containing technologies and projects for development cooperation available to all subjects operating in this sector. It was...
Publication date 10/27/2017
Source ENEA
Natural disasters: CERHER established to protect art cities
The first initiative of the Central Italy macro-region for the protection of cultural heritage has been launched: it is CERHER, a centre of expertise aimed at promoting the resilience of art cities to...
Publication date 10/20/2017
Source Università di Camerino
Buried Padua revealed by 3D maps
In Padua, it is now possible to identify buried archaeological findings thanks to digital 3D maps. This is explained in a study published in the scientific journal Geoarchaeology entitled “The modelling...
Publication date 10/19/2017
Source UNIPD